Tackling wildlife trafficking with the world’s oldest zoo

20 Mar 2019

A group of UQ Law students are joining forces to tackle wildlife trafficking with a new international university course. The University of Queensland Law School has partnered with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) to develop university modules on wildlife, forest, and fisheries crime.

UQ Law students joined their counterparts from the universities of Vienna and Zurich to trade knowledge and ideas and meet some of the endangered animals they’d be working to save.

Four students shared their experiences so far with us.